Jason Houck Wins 2014 ControlTrends “Young Gun” Award
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CHICAGO, IL – Hepta Control Systems, an international leader in intelligent building technologies and control systems integration, is pleased to announce that Director of Integration and IT Jason Houck earned a “Young Gun Award” at the 2014 Control Trends Awards, held Monday night in Chicago.
As one of the inaugural recipients of the “Young Gun Award,” Houck was honored for being among the most impressive controls professionals under 30 years old in the world by Control Trends, one of the biggest sources of news in the industry.
“I’m truly honored to have been recognized with this award for the work I’ve contributed to at HCS,” Houck said. “This is a great industry for young people to get into, and I’m excited to go to work each day knowing the impact our projects can have.”
Houck has held several roles within Hepta Control Systems, and despite his “Young Gun” status, he brings over a decade of industry experience to his work.
“There’s nobody on our team at HCS who isn’t worthy of an award for the hard work and vision that each and every one of us brings to the table,” Houck said. “I’m thrilled to accept the honor, but I know that this doesn’t happen without the contributions of everyone at HCS.”
The award caps off a great 2014 for Hepta Control Systems, who won the inaugural Niagara Summit Innovator of the Year award in April, as well as an IBcon Digie Award for Most Intelligent Office Portfolio in July.
Hepta Control Systems is a leader in building automation and integrated security controls, providing turnkey solutions on technical infrastructure for security, comfort and efficiency in buildings. With offices in Canada and the United States, HCS serves clients around the world.